containing the rules of practice in the state courts, and in the United States' courts for the District of South Carolina : also the statutes prescribing the powers and duties of the various county officers : together with tables of forms revised and adapted to use under the new constitution, and methods of practice Topics: Local government -- South Carolina, Court rules -- South Carolina
Code of civil procedure; Code of criminal procedure; Criminal code; Constitution of the United States of 1787; Constitution of the state of South Carolina, 1895; Rules of court for the state courts.Civil code Topic: Law -- South Carolina
Constitution of the United States of 1787; Constitution of the state of South Carolina, 1895; Rules of practice for the courts of probate of South Carolina; Rules of practice for the Circuit courts of South Carolina; Rules of the Supreme Court of South Carolina; Rules and regulations of the state of South Carolina Topic: Law -- South Carolina
Comprising a digest of the duties and powers of these officers, as established by the statute law, and adjudged cases in the courts of this state. With an addition of the common law of crime. To which is added, a number of warrants and other precedents, under their several heads. Topics: Justices of the peace -- South Carolina, Constables -- South Carolina, Criminal law -- South...
byRevision begun by John J. Maher, completed by John E. Breazeale.
The Code of civil procedure, and the Criminal statutes. Approved by the General assembly of 1893. Also the constitutions of the United States and of the state, and the rules of the Supreme and of the Circuit courts of the state. Topic: Court rules -- South Carolina
Containing the Acts from December, 1861, to December, 1866 ; This edition of Volume 13 of the Statutes at Large of South Carolina was published in 1875. In this edition, acts passed during the 1866 special session (Sept. 4-21, 1866) are numbered *4766-*4798 and are on pages 366-1 through 366-30. Acts passed during the 1866 regular session (Nov. 26-Dec. 21, 1866) begin again with number 4766, continue through 4872, and begin at page 367. Topic: Law - South Carolina
begun to be holden at Columbia, S.C., on Tuesday, the tenth day of September, anno Domini eighteen hundred and ninety-five, and continued with divers adjournments until Wednesday, the fourth day of December, anno Domini eighteen hundred and ninety-five, when finally adjourned Topic: South Carolina Convention (1895)
and also a digest of the common law of crime, together with a large number of forms used in the courts of magistrates arranged under their appropriate heads Topics: Justices of the peace -- South Carolina, Constables -- South Carolina, Criminal law -- South...